First of all, your skin doesn't show anything for me either - frankly, I have no idea what it's supposed to show since in the browser, the page apparently only displays some chat room connection. Some pages are just not designed to show in such a skin (for example, tried some actual Twitch channel too, and it didn't show anything either). Maybe its related to the fact that even the Youtube skin variant uses the embedded system / link, I don't know.RonXTCdaBass wrote: ↑December 17th, 2022, 3:44 am Hello @ all!
Maybe can someone help me...
my english is not really good, but i understand more as i can say or write.
I´m using Win7 64bit, have installed the MS Edge and the Webview components but all tries to use this shown only empty borders.
1´ve tested all files from the "PluginWebViewExample" folder but nothing...
the Plugin seems installed: %MYPATH%\Rainmeter\Skins\@Vault\Plugins\WebView\0.1.0\... 32 & 64 bit, all files exist.
the about rainmeter shows in the plugin tab the "WebView.dll 0.1.0 too...
i tried a simple Twitch-Chat to show:
maybe is it only a little mistaky by me, or something what easy to solve
Thanks and happy hollidays!!
Secondly, not showing anything (or anything concerning the webpage link you use) has nothing to do with the update rate - in fact, I strongly suggest you set it back to what it was (yeah, I know, that high number which made no sense) or to set it to -1 if all you want to display is a webpage. Only set it to a regular (e.g. 1000) rate if you have some other things in the skin itself (i.e. the .ini file) that need such an update rate to work (like the CPU stuff at the end of your code), because that's the only thing it's useful for. The webpage part only needs a single update to be created, hence the strange update rate number.
That being said, if the webpage is suited to be shown, it will. Both the Minecraft skin and the Youtube variants from the "PluginWebViewExample" folder (variants that use external webpages, and not local) work for me, so you should first try to make those work, and only after succeeding try other things (knowing that this part does its job). To make them work, you should properly permit the msedge.exe and msedgewebview2.exe executables (and the node.exe executable, if you create a server for some local webpages on your computer) to connect to the internet via your firewall. This, of course, assumes that you correctly installed the Edge and WebView requirements beforehand.
So, good luck on the last part. Feel free to ask again if you don't manage to make at least the Youtube variant to work.